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    Roosevelt High School

    Roosevelt High School is a comprehensive high school with over 1650 students. The strength of our program lies within the students, staff and community who all strive to do excellent work and support the success of all of our students. Whether it is academics, arts, activities or athletics, there is something for everyone.

    A highlight of Roosevelt High School’s academic program is the wide variety of Advanced Placement or College in the High School courses offered in each of our core academic areas including all of our 10th grade students taking AP Human Geography and all students taking AP Language in their 11th or 12th grade year.

    Some of our arts programs have received national recognition and our student newspaper and yearbook put out excellent publications each year. The athletic programs participate in the King County 4A League and most programs include students from all grade levels.

    As we focus on the achievement of all of our students, we look inward towards what we are doing in the classroom and outward to what types of support we can provide. Support for math, reading and writing are available 4 days a week through our homework center, University of Washington Pipeline Tutors and by teachers. We provide supplemental reading support for some students through a Read 180 program and our Academic Intervention Specialist provides case management for some of our most struggling students.


    Our Mission

    Roosevelt High School's mission is to help all students build a strong educational foundation for success in life. We trust in each other, believe in ourselves and achieve individual and collective excellence. We create our future together. Each of us. Every day.

    Mission Tag Line
    Trust, Believe, Achieve. Creating our future together. Each of us, Every Day.


    Our Vision

    Excellent programs in academics, activities, and athletics prepare Roosevelt students with the skills to pursue post-high school education, to enter the world of work, and to be responsible citizens. Students actively learn to live in a diverse world and to treat others with dignity and courtesy.


    Our Values

    Rider PRIDE (Passion, Respect, Integrity, Determination, Excellence)

    Contact Us

    1410 NE 66th St.
    Seattle, WA 98115

    Main Office: 206-252-4810
    Fax: 206-252-4811
    Counseling: 206-252-4827
    Attendance: 206-252-4814 or
    roosevelths.attendance@
    seattleschools.org

    Principal: Kristina Rodgers


    2017-18 Bell Schedule

    Start and End Time:
    8:45 a.m. - 3:35 p.m.

    Early Release Wednesday:
    8:45 a.m. - 2:20 p.m.